bound·a·ry ?bound(?)r?/

In my field of work, sometimes words and phrases get a bit overused. Terms like “co-dependence” or even diagnoses like “bipolar” start to get used in society where they don’t apply. That overuse makes terms get distorted. The term’s meaning becomes part pop culture and part industry specific making them no longer the concise description they used to be. The term “boundaries” is one such word. I find in my practice, I hear more and more people describe that they…

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How to Pick Yourself Back Up

Whether you are exhausted from the presidential election or some other life stress, here are some ways to pick yourself up today: Focus on what is in your control. Voting is an important freedom to exercise and we should all take time to inform ourselves before we cast a vote but it is no longer in our control. Step away from the media and draw inward. What projects do you have going on? Who can you help today? Where can…

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